LCMA Presents: Lowry Halloween
Decorating Contest

Announcing Lowry's first Halloween Decorating Contest!  Crank up your Halloween creativity and decorate the exterior of your house and front yard.

Neighbors will vote for their favorite Halloween homes in categories like:
  • Scariest
  • Cutest
  • Most Creative
  • Funniest
  • Best Multi-Home Decor
  • Best Effects
  • Best All-Around.
Winners will be selected from each neighborhood in Lowry - Northwest, South, Lowry West & Park Heights, East Park, and Central - and will receive gift cards for treats at Lowry eateries for socially-distanced celebrations of decorating domination.

On Saturday, October 31st, take in the spooky scenery around your neighborhood and vote for your favorite Halloween Haunts - the link to vote will be sent out the week before Halloween.  

Need some inspiration?  
Fairmount Cemetery History Mystery Tours

The LCMA has partnered with Fairmount Cemetery to provide History Mystery Tours to Lowry residents on Saturday, October 24th at 7 pm. 

Francis Lowry, the namesake of Lowry Air Force Base and our vibrant neighborhood, rests at Fairmount Cemetery and so do many other historical figures, both famous and infamous. Spend your evening on a one of a kind walking tour of the cemetery, learning about the mysteries of our history. Become enlightened, not frightened. But the full moon IS only a week away...

Masks are mandatory; please also wear warm clothes (tours are all outdoors) and comfortable shoes for walking.  Tours are *free* for Lowry residents, but space is limited, so register now!
Because of COURSE Halloween 2020 is "Extra"...

This year October has two full moons--one on October 1st, and a second on - you guessed it - Halloween night. That's right, a full moon on Halloween! When a second full moon occurs in a single month it's called a Blue Moon. The October full moon is traditionally called the Hunter's Moon but this year's is also a Blue Moon. It's so rare to have a full moon on Halloween that it won't happen again for another twenty years!

So keep an eye out for all kinds of witches, ghouls, ghosts, and perhaps the scariest of all--the ending of Daylight Saving Time, which occurs at 2 am November 1.
Image Source:  WBAL-TV

No Halloween Festival in the Lowry Town Center This Year

Due to COVID-19, the Halloween Festival normally held each year in the Lowry Town Center has been canceled.
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